Chalkboards for Haiti: Help Provide Classroom Supplies to Haiti

Alfalit International needs your help to teach over 9,000 Haitian students of all ages to read and to write.

Chalkboards for Haiti

“Chalkboards for Haiti” is a new campaign to raise funds to buy chalkboard paint, plywood and other necessary supplies to equip classrooms in Haiti. In Haiti, 70 percent of the population is illiterate in its native Creole language. Education and economics experts agree that literacy has a profound, life-changing impact on individuals, families and communities. Alfalit agrees and uses grassroots training to bring literacy to developing countries.

Despite challenging conditions, Alfalit International’s volunteer staff and instructors continue to dedicate themselves to providing educational and literacy programs to the poorest communities in Haiti. In fact, just two months after Hurricane Matthew hit Haitian soil last year, 9,052 students graduated from Alfalit programs.

News & Updates

Photo Feature: Alfalit visits Haiti

Posted June 07, 2017

Alfalit students in Haiti are determined to learn to read and write.

Student Success Story: Gislène Augustin

Posted March 28, 2017

Gislène Augustin tells us about the challenges she faced before completing Alfalit’s literacy program.

Haiti Students Learn to Read & Write

Posted March 14, 2017

Despite ongoing challenges, Alfalit Haiti graduates 85% of their literacy program students.

Support Alfalit Relief Efforts in Haiti

Posted October 04, 2016

As you’ve heard, on Tuesday, October 4, Hurricane Matthew made landfall in the country of Haiti, bringing violent […]

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